I am delighted to have become a trustee of Dose of Nature, a registered charity established to promote the mental health benefits of engaging with the natural world. https://www.doseofnature.org.uk/copy-of-trustees

Read More

In light of the growing attention on climate change and environmental destruction my doctoral student and I recently wrote a piece for colleagues in the psychological professions. It is available here https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-32/july-2019/taking-action-climate-change-and-environmental-degradation

Read More

I have just had a paper published in the British Psychological Journal, Psychology of Sexualities Review. It is called: The Inheritance: Reflections on visibility, representation and community wellbeing It is in Psychology of Sexualities Review Psychology of Sexualities Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, Summer 2019

Read More

Martin has recently had two papers published. The first one is “An Englishman in New York: Reflections on loneliness, Journal of Psychological Therapies, 4(1): 83-89″. The second is “Paul Monette’s Becoming a man: Half a life story, Journal of Psychological Therapies, 4(1): 90-92”

Read More

Martin is an invited speaker at July’s International Meaning Conference in Central London. His talk is entitled ‘Brexit means Brexit: Political meanings and personal impacts’. If interested please see details of the conference at http://imec.space Other speakers include Emmy van Deurzen, Greg Madison, Joel Vos, Virginia Eatough, and many, many more.

Read More

Martin is an invited speaker at the upcoming British Psychological Society Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference. His talk is entitled “Climate change, Brexit and the demonisation of the Other: Implications for Counselling Psychology Practice’. If you are attending the conference please do come along.

Read More